Holiday Gifts a Security Risk?

Many of the hottest gifts this past holiday season were Internet-connected: fitness trackers, smartwatches, tablets, drones and interactive toys like Mattel’s Hello Barbie™.  Unfortunately, cyber security experts say some companies… Read More

admin / February 8, 2016
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Winding Up a Wobbly Month

The past month on Wall Street resembled January in the Midwest: grey skies interspersed with an occasional glimpse of welcome sunshine. But just because the markets were shaky, your knees… Read More

admin / February 1, 2016
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Staying on Course in a Choppy Sea

Thanks to continued concern over China’s economic challenges, a slowing global economy and the sustained slide in oil prices, Wall Street got off to a rocky start for 2016.  While… Read More

admin / January 11, 2016
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Financial Resolutions for 2016

After Wall Street’s bumpy ride in 2015, more Americans are expected to make financial resolutions for the upcoming year. In case you haven’t identified yours, here are some to consider.… Read More

admin / January 5, 2016
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Secure Holiday Shopping

According to the National Retail Foundation, almost half of this year’s holiday shopping (both browsing and buying) will be done online. With all this extra cyber activity, it’s a good… Read More

admin / November 4, 2015
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National Family Caregivers Month

The president has proclaimed November Family Caregivers Month to recognize the nearly 44 million Americans who are providing personal assistance for family members with disabilities or health challenges. According to… Read More

admin / November 3, 2015
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